eDiscovery Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
JoaoLavrador says in a Commvault review
Storage Architect at Arrow Electronics, Inc
It's a complete software that can protect all the main applications. Perhaps that's the feature I like most. The integration with the NetApp and other apps is also very nice. View full review »
Giuseppe-Barillari says in an IBM StoredIQ review
BU Delivery Manager at Solutions42
We knew that we have a lot of scanned docs inside our repositories, but there was a big issue where we needed to know which content was really an image. Because of the OCR made at runtime during the scan, now we know exactly the data we have. When you have zipped documents the scan will unzip them and find the data inside. View full review »
Mehmet Erdogan says in a Commvault review
Data Storage and Protection Team Leader at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
The Commvault Console is very good, as it is capable of archive and backup in the same system. This solution is very successful at cross-platform replication. View full review »
Exprtsyseng67 says in a Commvault review
Expert System Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Archiving and storage are very good. It's the leader in backup and archiving. View full review »
Syed FasihUr Rahman says in a Commvault review
Enterprise Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The most valuable feature is the backup functionality. This solution is very good for server application backup, backing up laptops, desktops, file shares, etc. The architecture is well suited for it. The highlight of the solution is the licensing. This is a one-window solution where you don't need to purchase different products. If you compare this to Veritas, they have different solutions such as Backup Exec, and NetBackup for servers. In Commvault, it is single product management. The backup appliance makes it very easy for the customer to plan for future growth. The database architecture of Commvault does not require you to have a particular database for different kinds of workloads. For example, the server, desktop, and laptop use a single, global application database. You don't have to create a different database and don't need to expand your backup infrastructure altogether. View full review »
Thamer Salah says in a Commvault review
Senior Presales Consultant at OFFTEC International
Global deduplication and the indexing of the data object are the most valuable features. It saves costs on the product side by doing compression and deduplication. It will help you and make it easier to reach the data that you need within the minimum downtime when it's required. View full review »
it_user633354 says in a Commvault review
Technical Consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
In the VM, we have Live Recovery, Live Mount, and Live Sync. View full review »
Om Salamkayala says in a Guidance Software EnCase review
Digital Forensics Analyst at a security firm with 11-50 employees
Pathways, SweepEnterprise and EnScripts. In near future eventually go for EnCase mobiles.These provide maximum ease to work as per work and situation.In the scenarios we have, we try to use extraction of data that would be based on extensions. We also go for an answer based on the keyword search. View full review »
Dharmil Badami says in a Guidance Software EnCase review
Team Lead at a security firm with 51-200 employees
The most important feature we've found is the Enscripts. That is one powerful feature that I personally love to use. It allows me to customize the scripts and deploy it as and how I need it. For example, if I want to segregate the files for myself, indexing the files, so that using Enscripts I am able to do so. View full review »
Stefaan Debaste says in a Commvault review
Storage Architect for Datacenter Proximus at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
It's an enterprise product. It's a stable product. We have good support. Almost all databases are in the scope. I can't really say anything bad about it. It’s a good, stable product. View full review »
Reviewer34 says in a Guidance Software EnCase review
Information Security Analyst at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Data Recovery: Its ability to repair damaged partitions and uncover hidden partitions from within the tool, and allow further analysis. View full review »
DigitalFad02 says in a Guidance Software EnCase review
Digital Forensic Investigator and Data Recovery Expert at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
I like the processing feature on the product because it does everything at once, i.e, indexing, recovery, keyword searches, etc. View full review »
Werner Jordaan says in an AccessData FTK review
Senior Digital Forensic Analyst at a security firm
* It can analyse various types of mobile phone forensic images. * The ease of use of the product. View full review »
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